1. Shotter (1994: 62-63) describes `Bill', a 'revolving door treatment failure' who was deluded that he was a grand military figure. The 'therapist' was able to find a way to converse with him that brings him back into dialogue with social reality.          back
  2. Shotter (1994: 68) describes the case of Fraser, a British oral historian, who was a psychoanalytic client. He eventually achieved 'insight' into his relation with his mother and his nurse by talk 'therapy'.          back